Cleviton V. F. Monteiro

Cleviton V. F. Monteiro
Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco | UFRPE · Department of Statistics and Informatics

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Despite the practices laboratories and simulations, the traditional teaching and learning process on automation engineering remains with little adherence to the professional reality. In this context, this research proposes a hybrid teaching and learning approach, based on real problems, with virtual reality features and gamification strategies. Its...
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Context: A case study is a powerful research strategy for investigating complex social-technical and managerial phenomena in real life settings. However, when the phenomenon has not been fully discovered or understood, pilot case studies are important to refine the research problem, the research variables, and the case study design before launching...
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Context: In the workplace, some individuals engage in the voluntary and intentional generation, promotion, and realization of new ideas for the benefit of individual performance, group effectiveness, or the organization. The literature classifies this phenomenon as innovative behaviour. Despite its importance to the development of innovation, innov...
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Evidence in the literature from several business sectors shows that exploratory and exploitative innovation strategies are complementarily important for competitiveness. Our empirical findings reinforced those evidences in the context of software development companies. The innovative behaviour of individuals is an essential ingredient to success in...
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Job Rotation is an organizational practice in which individuals are frequently moved from a job (or project) to another in the same organization. Studies in other areas have found that this practice has both negative and positive effects on individuals' work. However, there are only few studies addressing this issue in software engineering so far....
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Aim - The goal of this study is to investigate the relationships between the communication structure of a software team and the resulting architecture of the software developed under the perspective of Conway's Law. Method - A quasi-experiment was designed in an industrial context in which the results of two teams were compared. One team worked usi...
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ContextThe internal composition of a work team is an important antecedent of team performance and the criteria used to select team members play an important role in determining team composition. However, there are only a handful of empirical studies about the use of team building criteria in the software industry.Objective The goal of this article...
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Distributed software development (DSD) has intensified over the past few years, and DSD project man- agement is more complex than collocated project management. However, no systematic research effort has focused on aggregating evidence from the scientific literature to build models to support project management on DSD context. For these reasons, th...
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In this article, we present a systematic mapping study of replications in software engineering. The goal is to plot the landscape of current published replications of empirical studies in software engineering research. We applied the systematic review method to search and select published articles, and to extract and synthesize data from the select...
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Context: Since the introduction of evidence-based software engineering in 2004, systematic literature review (SLR) has been increasingly used as a method for conducting secondary studies in software engineering. Two tertiary studies, published in 2009 and 2010, identified and analysed 54 SLRs published in journals and conferences in the period betw...
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The goal of this article is to identify criteria used in industrial practice to select members of a software project team, and to look for relationships between these criteria and project success. Initially, using semi-structured interviews for data collection and qualitative methods for data analysis and synthesis, a set of team building criteria...
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There are many evidences in the literature that the use self-managing teams has positive impacts on several dimensions of team effectiveness. Agile methods, supported by the Agile Manifesto, defend the use of self-managing teams in software development in substitution of hierarchically managed, traditional teams. The goal of this research was to st...
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Background The influence of individual personalities on individual tasks and team work has been a concern in software engineering over the past 50 years. However, how to use personality analysis and what it can offer for the practice of software engineering is still subject to debate among researchers. Aim The goal of this work is to identify the m...
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This document is a protocol for updating and extending a tertiary study that investigated the use of systematic literature reviews to aggregate software engineering primary studies, developed by a research team lead by Barbara Kitchenham from Keele University. Their original study was based on manual search of 13 journals and conference proceedings...
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After a seminal article introducing-evidence based software engineering in 2004, systematic reviews (SR) have been increasingly used as a method for conducting secondary studies in software engineering. Our goal is to critically appraise the use of SR in software engineering with respect to the research questions asked and the ways the questions we...
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The early stages of new product development, called the Fuzzy Front End (FFE), are essential for the success of innovation. Therefore, various software tools have been proposed to support FFE activities. However, little evidence is provided about the benefits of using such tools. The objective of this study is to present evidence that will assist i...
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The i * framework is a very popular approach in the Requirements Engineering community. However, crosscutting concerns are not handled explicitly in i*, compromising the modularity and consequently the complexity and evolution of such models. To deal with the complexity of i * models, the use of structuring mechanisms has been investigated. Moreove...
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The i* framework is a very popular approach in the Requirements Engineering community. However, crosscutting concerns are not handled ex-plicitly in i*, compromising the modularity and consequently the complexity and evolution of such models. In this paper we show how aspect-orientation principles can be used to reduce the size and complexity of i*...
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Recent work has been developed to identify crosscutting concerns on i* models trying to deal with the complexity involved in the development of large multi-agent systems. The purpose of this paper is to present the automa-tion of crosscutting concerns identification using the OME tool as the base for the developed plug-in. We illustrate the use of...

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Our goal is to study human factors in software engineering and how they interact and shape software team performance. We investigate individual factors such as work motivation and job satisfaction, and team level factors such as cohesion, conflict, communication, among others. We collaborate with several software companies in different countries to build solid theories and models based on well founded empirical research methods to contribute to improve software practice.